1. PS4 Renesas RL78 Debug Protocol Implementation by Fail0verflow

    Following the PS4 SysCon Renesas Chip Image and updates by droogie, PS4 Glitch Pinout research via @juansbeck and their PS4 Aux Hax Parts 1-4 today fail0verflow shared with PlayStation 4 scene developers their implementation of Renesas debug protocols for RL78 (and perhaps other architectures)...
  2. DecryptedKernelLabelSyscalls Python Script for PS4 Scene Developers

    As part of the OpenOrbis Project initiative to provide 100% free and open source development libraries / tools and following the GetEventHandlerNames.py script earlier this week, PlayStation 4 scene developer @KIWIDOGGIE (diwidog on Twitter) of KiwiDog.me updated his KiwiDoggie Productions...
  3. GetEventHandlerNames Python Script for PS4 Scene Developers

    Following his GhidraOrbisTools PS4 Loader and IDA Script Ports developer @KIWIDOGGIE (aka diwidog on Twitter) recently added a GetEventHandlerNames Python Script (GetEventHandlerNames.py) by kd_tech_ to his KiwiDoggie Productions IDA ConsoleHacking Scripts repository on Github for PS4 scene...
  4. PS4 Southbridge Reverse-engineered Code Examination by Jogolden

    Last fall PS4 developers saw PS4 Aux Hax 4: Belize (Southbridge) via HDMI CEC from fail0verflow which allowed hackers to get code exec on all PS4 southbridge versions using HDMI-CEC without requiring other parts of the system to be compromised, and following his recent GhidraPS4 ELF Loader /...
  5. PS4 Remote Play Open Source Client in Development by Delroth

    We've seen several PS4 Remote Play homebrew applications enter and leave the PlayStation 4 scene including an Offline PS4 Remote Play Patcher, and recently developer delroth (aka matteyeux on Twitter) added his own open source PS4 Remote Play client WIP to Github which he states is is based on...
  6. Fail0verflow to Discuss PS4 Hardware & Reverse-Engineering at CCC

    Last year we saw Linux Running on PS4 from fail0verflow, and this coming December Hector Martin will follow-up with a talk on PlayStation 4 hardware and reverse-engineering at this year's Chaos Communication Congress (CCC) hacking conference which runs from December 27-30th in Hamburg, Germany...
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